SBC continues to persuade our readers to keep it on top, as Fahlgren Mortine remains in second place.
Moody Nolan sketches another first place win, with M+A drafting its place in second.
Commercial Data Center
Expedient connects for first place, with Metro Data Center coming in second.
AEP powers into first place as Columbia Gas of Ohio loses steam to move down to second.
Burgess & Niple figures out how to take first place, with EMH&T Engineers in second.
Graphic Design/Branding Firm
Ologie creates a win, with PRISM Marketing claiming second place.
QSI (Quick Solutions Inc.) connects in the top spot a third year running, with Lightwell in second place.
Overmyer Hall carries itself to the top, with Hoffmann & Associates coming in second.
Nationwide transacts the top finish, with State Farm again in second place.
Internet Service Provider
AT+T speeds into first place, passing previous winner Time Warner, now in second place.
Exel continues to excel with another first place win, as Zipline Logistics slides in second in its first appearance.
Honda of America Manufacturing produces most readers' votes, besting previous winner, Worthington Industries, now in second place.
Mobile Phone Service Provider
Verizon calls in the top spot, with AT+T holding in second.
Continental Office Environments is seated on top, with King Business Interiors comfortably in second.
Monk's Copy Shop improves its impression with readers, surpassing last year's winner, Hopkins Printing, which makes its mark in second.
Public Relations Firms
Fahlgren Mortine has gotten the word out again this year, maintaining the top spot with readers as Paul Werth Associates claims second place.
Columbus Sign Co. grabs the attention of our readers for the first place spot, with FastSigns coming in second.